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Jun. 27th, 2005

I think I figured out a good motto. Don't get caught unprepared.

That breaks down into two sections. First, don't be unprepared. Second, if you're unprepared, don't get caught. It's that simple. The first part deals with planning and preparation and contingencies. The second part deals with adaptation and accounting for the unexpected. There's only so much you can do in advance. You have to be able to manage them both to get by, because counting too much on preparation or improvisation will eventually fail you. Granted, I passed my tests so far today, but there are a couple things I think I would've done differently.

And I learned to play Diceland from some friends. They've had the cardboard dice for this game for a while, but I'd never gotten involved before. It's pretty fun once you get the concept down, and I did okay for a rookie. I got the rookie win in my first game, then got trounced in my second.

This evening's wrestling pay-per-view [WWE Vengeance] was pretty good, as such things go. Some good matches, some wasted time, but nothing completely horrible and useless. I mean, I'm not a big fan of the whole Lita-Edge-Kane storyline they've got going on, but I've been sick of that mess for over a year now and it's not going to just go away anytime soon. At least Edge and Kane had a good and interesting match. Five of the six matches were good. The last one was brutal, with lots of "I can't believe they did that!" moments.

So it's off to sleep for me. Need to get back on a good schedule after the weekend I've had, especially if I'm going to get them feeling good about letting me work a day a week from home (since nobody else gets to do that yet).

- Pookah

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